Explosive population growth in Nevada in the late 1990s challenged the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles to find an alternate solution to handling consumer traffic. Additional brick-and-mortar solutions weren't viable or cost effective, so they decided to "go electronic."

Online DMV business is enormously popular among citizens, but until recently, consumers only could use credit cards for payment, which costs the State of Nevada -- and ultimately its residents -- a premium fee for every transaction. Find out the changes they made that allowed them to offer online DMV consumers a host of payment options and saved the state almost a quarter of a million dollars a year.